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Programmable Logic Controllers


XGB Series

XGB is a micro PLC that offers maximum performance at minimum cost. With its high functionality, XGB supports any application from a simple control system to complex tasks. Strengthening its communication functions, XGB offers user-oriented integrated control. Based on its strengths, XGB can be used in many application fields. Catalog


Powerful features included on the LSIS micro PLC CPUs at the world’s best prices.

XGB System Configuration

CPU+CPU Modules: 7-10 Stages
+ Communication modules
  • RS-232C
  • RS-422/485
  • Ethernet
  • CANopen (Master/Slave)
  • Profibus-DP (Master/Slave)
  • DeviceNet (Slave)
  • EtherNet/IP
  • RAPIEnet
Communication: Max. 2 Stages Option: Max 2
Option Modules
XBO-AD02A Voltage/Current, Input 2chs
XBO-DA02A Voltage/Current, Output 2 chs
XBO-AH02A Voltage/Current, Input 1 ch
Voltage/Current, Output 2chs
XBO-TC02A TC (Thermocouple), Input 2chs
XBO-RTCA RTC (Real Time Clock)
XBO-DC04A DC 24V, Input 4 points
XBO-TN04A Transistor (Sink), Output 4 point
XBO-RD01A RTD (Resistance Temperature Detect, Input 1 ch)
Option: Max 2

PLCs vs PACs

While PLCs (programmable logic controllers) have been around for more than 40 years, recent advances have greatly increased their capabilities, blurring the line between a PLC and a PAC (programmable automation controller).

Typically PLCs have been best suited for machine control, both simple and high speed. Common characteristics of these PLCs are simple program execution scans, limited memory, and a focus on discrete I/O with on/off control.

On the other hand, a PAC is geared more toward complex automation system architectures composed of a number of PC-based software applications, including HMI (human machine interface) functions, asset management, historian, advanced process control (APC), and others. A PAC is also generally a better fit for applications with extensive process control requirements, as PACs are better able to handle analog I/O and related control functions. Learn More

Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs)

XGT Series
XGT series contain variety of CPU types for customized solutions which supports a wide range from small / middle- to large size-system control. Along with Ethernet, Profibus-DP, and DeviceNet, XGT series provide the maximum in control integration and communication flexibility. Catalog

XGR Series
Redundant CPUs for safety needed in large, industrial processing applications. Catalog

Other Logic Enabled Devices

Programmable Relays
Carry out small automation tasks with the programmable relay logic system from Phoenix Contact. Combine the advantages of plug-in relays with logic functions. Wire the modules conveniently and tool free with push-in connection. Save costs and space because terminal blocks are eliminated. Catalog

Machine Controllers
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